“He” Do You Know Him?

Saturday, March 11, 2017
“He”   Do You Know Him?

Sometime we are so successful in what we do we think God is with us even when we have left him. We tell others “God is watching you;” and He is. Not only is he watching the person you are speaking to, He is also watching you. Once I was sick and could not go to church, I watched a television ministry. The minister told a joke. These burglars broke into a house. They heard “God is watching you.” They stopped in their tracks until it was discovered a parrot was saying “God is watching you.” The burglars begin to laugh as they continued to burglarize the home.  They asked the parrot what is your name. The parrot politely answered my name is St. Peter. Then they asked the parrot; What kind of foolish people named their parrot St. Peter. The Parrot answered the same foolish people who named their Do-ber-man pinscher  God.

 

 

My husband sang” He”. Richard loved that song and it’s true.
He can turn the tides and calm the angry sea. You may be headed into a storm but for you, He turns the Tide and calm the angry sea. He alone decides who writes a symphony, play, poem or book. That’s why He allows us to have copyright laws. He lights every star that makes the darkness bright, Just as He knows the number of hair strains on our head; He knows every star in the galaxy by name.He lights them all. He keeps watch all through each long and lonely night.

He still finds the time to hear a child’s first prayer. When someone accuse you of acting childish, do not be offended. God hears the plea of the innocent. Saint or sinner calls and always finds Him there. Though it makes Him sad to see the way we live. He’ll always say, “I forgive.”

He can grant a wish or make a dream come true. If someone is jealous because you have received an unexpected blessing. That’s their problem. It is not yours. He can paint the clouds and turn the gray to blue. He alone knows where to find the rainbow’s end; Lucky charms, Lucky beads or Lucky People can’t help you. He alone can see what lies beyond the bend.

He can touch a tree and turn the leaves to gold; He knows every lie you and I have told. Even the little white ones that do not hurt anyone but get us out of trouble. Though it makes Him sad to see the way we live.
Yet, He’ll always say: “I FORGIVE.”

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